Going Loco with Wigs

Thursday, December 01, 2016 No comments

On my previous article, I have introduced you to human hair extensions and its advantages to women. Right now I am also recently addicted to Full Lace Wig Human Hair, just because I want to sport a different look on occasions that are important to me. Especially now that I have announced on my Facebook account that I will be doing a cosplay of an anime character and since that character has a different hair color, I'll need wigs for that matter!

Got a Big Budget for Christmas? Three Luxury Gift Ideas for Your Wife or Girlfriend

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Choosing Christmas gifts is something you'd think would be easier if you have a large budget, however whatever price point you are looking at, you still need a spark of inspiration as well as a good sense of the person you are buying for and their taste to buy a really successful present. If you want to give your wife or girlfriend something high end that will delight her on Christmas Day, and show your appreciation of her as well as your generosity, then here are three broad areas to consider hunting for gifts in:

Everybody knows that diamonds are the ultimate symbol of luxury for women to wear, and the majority of women really love the experience of being given some well-chosen diamond jewelry. Of course, you will need to be quite confident that you know your wife or girlfriend's taste in jewelry for this to go down as well as you'd like. Some women do love big, sparkly, statement pieces like glamorous diamond necklaces or dangly earrings, whereas others tend to prefer more subtle pieces like diamond stud earrings, a simple diamond pendant or a tennis bracelet. Be careful if you decide to buy a diamond ring, however – giving a diamond ring to your girlfriend if you are not proposing can lead to a lot of misunderstandings! If you are already married or actually do want to propose, however, a beautiful diamond ring like the ones at ascotdiamonds.com could really make her Christmas!

Travel and Luggage 
Travel is generally seen as a big part of the luxury lifestyle, and if your wife or girlfriend loves traveling, a gift related to this could be a good option. You could present her with tickets for a fabulous getaway together, buy her a trip overseas to somewhere you know she has always wanted to visit, or even invest in some high end luggage to help her look and feel great when she is traveling. If you decide to book a trip, do try and book it close to Christmas so that she doesn't feel like she is receiving something on Christmas day that she won't get to enjoy for months, though! 

A lot of people these days love their tech gear far more than things like jewelry, and so if your girlfriend or wife is really into her gadgets and devices, this could be an area where you could pick up a great luxury gift for her. Consider new innovations like virtual reality headsets for women who love gaming, or perhaps a new top of the range laptop, tablet or smartphone complete with some cool accessories. The days where buying a woman something with a plug was a faux pas are long gone, and gadgets could be the very thing to make her happy this holiday season! 

These are just three ideas for great Christmas presents for the woman in your life if you have a large budget for gifts.

Tips for the Festive Season

Wednesday, November 09, 2016 No comments
It's hard to dress for Christmas. Most women stress out endlessly about striking that perfect balance between being festive and looking like a walking Christmas tree. But what about after Christmas? Don't default to your recently-received reindeer sweater and a pair of sweats. Follow our advice to keep yourself looking great even after the holidays.

1. Skip the Festive Stuff
Everyone has that one relative who insists on giving winter coat on Christmas morning, but don't let gratitude or obligation be your stylistic undoing. Feel free to don those snowmen and wreaths for your Christmas photos, but as soon as midnight strikes, pack them away until the next holiday season. Nothing looks more outdated than holding on to holiday clothes after the holiday.

Here are a few things to stay away from:

  • Holiday motifs like snowmen, reindeer, and decorated trees.
  • Bright reds and greens, especially worn together.
  • Big satin or glitter-covered bows (now is not the time to dress up like a present)

2. ... But Keep the Winter Look
Skipping festive clothing doesn't mean ditching all of your winter clothes, though. Women's sweaters are still fair game, although you should be aware that bright red ones can look a little too Christmas-y. Blues, grays, and anything dark will work much better as part of your post-Christmas wardrobe. Follow the same color rule for scarves, mittens, and hats.

Do remember that it is still winter, so don't go breaking out your spring clothes no matter how sick you are of snow. That means staying away from most pastels (an icy blue can be nice, though, depending on your coloring) and continuing to wear tights with your skirts and dresses.

3. Fabrics that Drape
If you're like most people, the holidays have probably put a couple of pounds on your midsection, but that's no reason to succumb to the siren song of sweatpants and PJs. There are plenty of looks that are both forgiving and stylish. Try a full skirt that sits at your natural waist. It'll skim right over any problem areas, and it'll look great with tights and a sweater, too. Slim-fitting jeans with a big blouse-y top are another great option that hides everything while still looking a little trendy.

4. One New Thing at a Time
Even though you may have gotten a boatload of new duds for Christmas, try to resist wearing them all at once. Odds are some of those pieces won't quite fit into your current style, so you risk looking like a totally different person if you debut all of them on the same day. Instead, spend a little time working your new pieces into your existing style one piece at a time.

On the same note, don't be afraid to return or donate items that don't work with your style. Even if Great Aunt Mabel did spend three months knitting that huge orange sweater, if it doesn't work it just doesn't work, so write her a thoughtful thank-you note and let it go. If you have a few girlfriends in the same situation, you might even consider hosting a Christmas clothing swap, so each of you can get rid of your misguided gifts and maybe get something nice while you're at it.

5. Don't Throw Out the Sparkles
Your Christmas parties are all over for the year, but don't tuck that little black dress in the back of your closet just yet. You've still got New Years, Valentine's Day, and a host of other events coming up. Odds are that your Christmas dress can be reworked to make it great for any of those events to. The key to that is switching up your accessories. Skip the sparkly green, red, and gold pumps, first off. Try something in blue, purple, or non-festive metallic like pewter to make it seem fresher. Stay away from big bows on your clutch, too; an edgy animal print can bump it up a notch for New Years. And don't worry if your fellow party-goers have seen this dress before: Add different shoes, an edgy clutch, fresh jewelry, and perhaps an attention-grabbing belt, and it'll be good as new!